Christine Evans, Pizza Friday
500 4th Street
San Francisco, CA, 94107
This event is 21 and over
Christine Evans is an American-born, Canadian raised young singer-songwriter with a sweet spirit and a voice that is best articulated through music. She lives to write and share music that is honest, expressive, and meaningful to herself and others.
With two brilliantly crafted albums released with Warner Music Canada and an EP recorded with Nashville-based Grammy and Dove award winning producer, Matt Bronleewe, Christine is stepping into a new era of her life as an artist with her first release in 5 years since moving to San Francisco.
Her newest EP, Lights That Lead Home, features a blend of folk and pop influences, ranging from delightfully catchy pop hooks to powerfully emotive ballads. This soft-spoken songstress with a powerhouse voice is sure to captivate.
Pizza Friday emerged from the stone oven of California's Bay Area in Summer 2013. This trio of rockers are baking up high energy rock songs that are topped with tight grooves and sprinkled with driving drum fills and accented guitar leads.
Lead guitarist and vocalist Alex Price wails about summer, girls, and boozing in the golden state. Price is joined by Graham Rolak and Peter Labberton, rounding out a cast of tried and true musicians looking for an energetic outlet for musical inspiration. Pizza Friday gives you a reason to cut a rug, and transforms everyday into the dawning of a new weekend.
Hart Bothwell is a singer-songwriter whose most recent home base has been Los Angeles. In 2015, Hart released his second album, the acoustic based, Old Friend, and his third album, Another Circle is forthcoming in 2016. Beginning June 2016, Hart is embarking on a U.S. and Canada tour to promote the new album.
Hart’s rock-based music blends punk aesthetics with folk storytelling, namely in his dexterous combination of acoustic guitar, electronic drums and a candid depiction of raw emotions and varied mental states.
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